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Bakke, Jackson join staff of Kitsap Physical Therapy

POULSBO — Jarel Bakke, DPT, is Kitsap Physical Therapy Sports Clinics’ newest physical therapist.

Bakke, a doctor of physical therapy, is working with patients at the Poulsbo location. He specializes in neurological care and pediatrics. He has a 10-year history of working in inpatient and outpatient care.

Erin Jackson, MS, OT/L, CSRS is providing occupational therapy services at Kitsap Physical Therapy and Sports Clinics. Jackson is a certified stroke rehabilitation specialist and is working with patients at the Bremerton and Silverdale locations. Her areas of special interest: stroke and brain injury rehabilitation. She works with clients to help them recover from injury and regain skills, and provides support for older adults experiencing physical and cognitive changes.

Kitsap Physical Therapy and Sports Clinics has seven locations in Kitsap County. For mnore information about KPT and theservices Bakke and Jackson provide and diagnoses they treat, go to

Marietta Szubski joins Windermere Real Estate in Poulsbo

POULSBO — After a career in marketing for Fortune 100 companies, Marietta Szubski has joined Windermere Real Estate in Poulsbo to use her business skills closer to home.

She has lived for more than 20 years in Kitsap, where she continues to cultivate relationships with communities interested in the arts, small-scale farming, sailing and equestrian activities.

Windermere Real Estate is located at 18570 Highway 305, Poulsbo. Call 360-779-5205.

Jose Technologies affiliates with new system

KEYPORT — Paul Jose, owner of Jose Technologies, Inc., has announced his company’s new affiliation with Just Gone™ Systems.

Jose Technologies ( provides products and services related to indoor air quality and mold remediation.

According to Jose, Just Gone™ Systems is a fogging procedure that’s “guaranteed to completely eliminate virtually all types of bad odors from any structure, home, vehicle or any place else the problem may exist.”

Cigarette smoke, musty basements, and cooking odors are just some of those that can now be Just Gone™. The process can be usually be completed in eight hours or less, Jose said.

According to Jose, allergy sufferers can also get almost immediate relief from all types of indoor allergens. The Just Gone™ fogging procedure denatures the shape of any and all allergen molecules in the home, making them unrecognizable as an irritant to the body’s system and leaving homes or businesses allergen free.

Jose Technologies provides mold inspection, indoor air quality, and related products and services for residents and businesses in Kitsap County and the Puget Sound area.

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